• Palestinian Gunman Killed, One Israeli Dead, Police Injured in Jerusalem
    Nov 21, 2021– – IMEMC News
    https://imemc.org/article/palestinian-gunman-killed-one-israeli-dead-police-injured-in-jerusalem

    During an armed confrontation, Sunday morning, one Palestinian gunman was shot and killed by Israeli forces, one Israeli was killed and three more were injured, at the Bab al-Silsila Gate of the sacred Al-Aqsa mosque in occupied East Jerusalem, according to the Jerusalem Press.

    Israeli forces blocked all movement of Palestinians into the area and initiated a search campaign for a Palestinian young man who fled the scene, after an alleged stabbing attempt.

    The Palestinian News & Information Agency (WAFA) identified the slain gunman as Fadi Abu Shukhedem , 42, from the Shu’fat neighborhood of occupied East Jerusalem.

    Abu Shukhedem, armed with a “Carlo” submachine gun, opened fire at Israeli police officers, at the Bab al-Silsila or Chain Gate, who shot him dead during the armed encounter.

    This act of resistance comes just days after a 16-year-old child, identified as Omar Ibrahim Abu ‘Assab, was shot dead in Jerusalem after allegedly carrying out a stabbing attempt, Israeli authorities have have withheld the teen’s body, a common practice of the occupation.

    In 1948, the state of Israel was founded on the stolen lands of Palestine, and in 1967 Israel occupied the remainder of the West Bank and the besieged Gaza Strip.

    #Palestine_assassinée

  • Israeli Officers Kill A Palestinian Teen In Alleged Stabbing Attack In Jerusalem
    Nov 18, 2021 – – IMEMC News
    https://imemc.org/article/israeli-officers-kill-a-palestinian-teen-in-alleged-stabbing-attack-in-jerusa

    Israeli officers killed, Wednesday, a Palestinian teenage boy after he allegedly stabbed two officers in the al-Wad Street, in Old City of occupied Jerusalem. The soldiers later invaded his home before abducting his parents.

    In a statement, the Israeli police said two Israelis were injured before the Palestinian was killed.

    The slain Palestinian teen was later identified as O mar Ibrahim Abu ‘Assab, 16, from the al-‘Isawiya town in Jerusalem.

    The Police added that two officers and one civilian guard opened fire at the Palestinian teen after he carried the alleged stabbing attack out and added that two Border Police officers were injured before the teen was killed.

    After the incident, dozens of soldiers and police officers were deployed in the area and imposed a tight siege in the Old City and surrounding area. (...)

    #Palestine_assassinée

  • Palestinian Detainee Dies In Israeli Prison
    Nov 18, 2021 – – IMEMC News
    https://imemc.org/article/palestinian-detainee-dies-in-israeli-prison-4

    The Palestinian Prisoners Society (PPS) has confirmed, Thursday, that a Palestinian detainee, imprisoned by Israeli since the year 2008, has died at an Israeli medical center after years of medical neglect despite having congenital heart disease, and his need to constant follow up.

    In a short statement, the PPS said that the detainee has been identified as Sami al-‘Amour, 39, from Deir al-Balah, in the central Gaza Strip.

    The detainee was transferred to an Israeli hospital on Wednesday at night, where he was officially pronounced dead by the physicians.

    His fiancé, who remained engaged to him for fourteen years since his abduction, said that the family received the news about his death from media outlets.

    It is worth mentioning that only his mother was able to visit with him just a few times since his abduction due to Israeli restrictions.

    His sister said that the last time the family was able to talk to him over the phone was before he was sent to the Israeli hospital when he informed them that he was being transferred cuffed and sitting in a wheelchair. (...)

    #Palestine_assassinée

  • Updated: Israeli Soldiers Kill A Palestinian In Tubas
    Nov 16, 2021 – – IMEMC News
    https://imemc.org/article/ministry-of-health-army-kills-palestinian-in-tubas

    The Palestinian Ministry of Health has reported, on Tuesday morning, that Israeli soldiers shot and killed a young Palestinian man during protests that took place after the army invaded Tubas city, in the northeastern part of the occupied West Bank.

    The Ministry verified that an Israeli soldier shot Saddam Hussein Bani Odeh, 26, from Tammoun town, south of Tubas, with a live round that went through his left shoulder, then his heart and lung.

    The Palestinian was killed during protests that took place at the main entrance of Tubas and surrounding areas, when several army jeeps invaded the city, before the soldiers fired live rounds, tear gas bombs and rubber-coated steel bullets.

    The Israeli army claimed that armed resistance fighters exchanged fire with the soldiers during the invasion and added that the slain Palestinian was one of the fighters.

    Eyewitnesses said Palestinian medics rushed the Palestinian, who is also a former political prisoner, to Tubas governmental hospital, where he was soon officially pronounced dead.

    In addition, the soldiers the home of a former prisoner, identified as Ayser Maslamani, and ransacked the property before abducting him.

    The soldiers also invaded and searched the home of Hamza Daraghma, before abducting him.

    #Palestine_assassinée

  • Ces apicultrices palestiniennes qui font le buzz sur les toits de Jérusalem-Est Par Sue Surkes
    https://fr.timesofisrael.com/ces-apicultrices-palestiniennes-qui-font-le-buzz-sur-les-toits-de-

    En deux ans, le projet Sinsila a enseigné à près de 100 femmes comment élever des abeilles, faire du miel commercialisable et à cultiver des plantes et des légumes à domicile


    Zahia Abu-Armeilah avec sa ruche dans le quartier Abu Tor de Jérusalem-Est. (Crédit : Sue Surkes/Times of Israel)

    Les allées bétonnées qui mènent à l’habitation de Zahia Abu-Armeilah, située dans la partie palestinienne d’Abu Tor, sont trop étroites pour y faire pousser des plantes. Mais il suffit de monter sur le toit de son logement de Jérusalem-Est pour découvrir un véritable jardin d’Eden, riche de végétaux, de jeunes arbres fruitiers qui s’épanouissent dans une cacophonie provoquée par le bourdonnement de centaines d’abeilles.

    C’est par hasard, il y a deux ans, qu’Abu-Armeilah, âgée de 51 ans, a vu un post sur Facebook qui avait été publié par Muslala, une organisation à but non-lucratif de Jérusalem-Ouest qui combine l’art, l’activisme social et le développement durable. Le groupe avait construit une oasis sur le toit du bâtiment Clal, dans un centre commercial délabré installé à proximité du marché Mahane Yehuda – un paradis vert constitué de ruches, de plantes, de légumes et d’arbres fruitiers.

    Sur la publication figuraient les coordonnées de Sinsila – un mot qui signifie « terrasse agricole » en arabe – une nouvelle organisation qui s’efforçait alors d’établir un groupe à peu près similaire pour les Palestiniens.

    Après avoir initialement pensé que c’était « majnun, » une folie, de garder des abeilles chez soi, Abu-Armeilah s’est inscrite au premier cours d’apiculture dispensé par Sinsila et elle en a suivi d’autres là-bas sur la création de jardins végétalisés, sur le développement durable et sur l’hydroponie, qui est l’art de faire pousser des plantes hors-sol. Mère au foyer dans le passé, elle enseigne dorénavant les sciences environnementales à des petits garçons, du CE1 au CM2, qui fréquentent une école du quartier d’A-Tor, à Jérusalem-Est. C’est le tout premier emploi qu’elle a obtenu dans sa vie.

    Que lui a apporté cette expérience ? « La confiance en moi-même », s’exclame-t-elle, « et un bel espace où la famille peut s’installer et se divertir. Ce jardin, c’est mon bébé. Je suis si heureuse quand je m’y trouve ».

    Avant, le toit était nu – et il ne servait que d’espace de stockage.


    Une partie du jardin de Zahia Abu-Armeilah, perché sur les toits, dans le quartier Abu Tor de Jérusalem-Est. (Crédit : Sue Surkes/Times of Israel)

    Avec la ruche que Sinsila l’a aidée à mettre en place, Abu-Armeilah fait du miel pour sa famille et pour ses amis. A terme, espère-t-elle, elle pourra commencer à le vendre et contribuer ainsi aux revenus du foyer.

    La ruche requiert peu d’attention, explique-t-elle, les abeilles se prenant en charge majoritairement de manière autonome – « mais je vais les voir tous les jours », ajoute-t-elle en riant.

    A l’arrivée d’une guêpe, elle montre avec enthousiasme comment les abeilles se rassemblent pour défendre la ruche et écarter l’intruse. Plus tard, elle montre le pollen jaune que ramènent les abeilles à la ruche après avoir butiné.

    Pendant les confinements entraînés par le coronavirus, l’époux d’Abu-Armeilah, qui n’avait pas caché son dédain, à l’origine, à l’égard du projet d’apiculture de son épouse, s’est affairé à construire des rayonnages pour les plantes qui ornent dorénavant le toit – et il y a de tout, des plantes d’ornement, des piments, des aubergines, des tomates, même du citron et des mandariniers. Les restes de fruits et de légumes sont jetés dans un vermicomposteur, qui utilise les vers de terre pour créer un compost de haute qualité.


    Travaux d’apiculture dans le quartier d’al-Thuri-Abu Tor à Jérusalem-Est. (Autorisation : Sinsila)

    « Et maintenant, mon mari est très heureux », note Abu-Armeilah. « Il s’installe là, le soir, pour profiter du grand air ». Son fils, âgé de 26 ans, qui vit encore chez elle parce qu’il ne s’est pas encore marié, vient là avec ses amis pour fumer la chicha. Les abeilles, qui sont plus intéressées par les plantes, ignorent en général les invités.

    Abu-Armeilah est l’une des dizaines de femmes palestiniennes de Jérusalem-Est qui, grâce à Sinsila, élèvent aujourd’hui des abeilles et font pousser des légumes sur leur toit, économisant ainsi l’argent dépensé dans les épiceries et s’assurant, dans quelques cas, un revenu supplémentaire.

    C’est Tariq Nassat, architecte, qui est à l’origine du projet. En seulement deux ans, il a transformé le toit et deux grandes terrasses d’une bibliothèque municipale du quartier Wadi Roz de Jérusalem-Est en école d’apiculture, de jardinage et d’agriculture urbaine. Ce sont 95 femmes, jusqu’à présent, qui ont suivi ses cours.


    Hanan, architecte et membre de Sinsila, montre à une étudiante en architecture de l’Académie des arts Bezalel de l’université hébraïque la culture des concombres s’appuyant sur l’hydroponie sur le toit de Sinsila, le 6 septembre 2021. (Crédit : Sue Surkes/Times of Israel)

    Sur une terrasse, une grande ruche et un vermicomposteur. Sur l’autre, des bacs en bois avec des fleurs et des herbes, qui s’épanouissent grâce à divers systèmes d’hydroponie qui permettent de cultiver des légumes avec de l’eau fertilisée.

    Au mois d’août, l’ONG a organisé une fête sur le toit de la bibliothèque et elle a lancé une coopérative de femmes, avec un café en ligne et un point de vente pour commercialiser le miel et d’autres produits à base de cire d’abeille.

    Plusieurs femmes ont transformé leurs activités d’apiculture en affaire et trois d’entre elles – notamment Abu-Armeilah – enseignent le développement durable dans des écoles de Jérusalem-Est. Le groupe crée aussi le lien entre ses diplômées et certains événements. Au début du mois, elles ont par exemple fourni des rafraîchissements lors d’une cérémonie au cours de laquelle les tout premiers arbres d’un verger communautaire ont été plantés sur un terrain surplombé par l’école Hand in Hand, dans le sud de la ville, qui accueille des petits Juifs et des petits Arabes.


    Un atelier de fabrication de panier sur le toit de Sinsila. (Autorisation, Sinsila)

    Nassar tente actuellement d’obtenir le feu vert pour transformer un jardin délabré de la bibliothèque en nursery pour les petits arbres fruitiers. Ailleurs, il a créé un jardin sur un toit qui est cultivé par les jeunes Palestiniens en difficulté et il prévoit d’ouvrir, l’année prochaine, une branche de Sinsila dans un nouveau bâtiment municipal à Abu Tor. Il travaille aussi avec des experts des toits végétalisés et avec des employés municipaux pour redonner vie aux toits de six bâtiments publics – des centres communautaires et des écoles.

    Nassar, 37 ans, le plus jeune d’une fratrie de dix enfants, élevé dans une famille musulmane conservatrice, a grandi dans le quartier Ras el-Amud de Jérusalem-Est et il a fréquenté ce qu’il appelle « une école très médiocre » de la Vieille Ville.


    Tariq Nassar. (Autorisation)

    Nassar, un élève brillant, a étudié l’architecture à l’université Bir Zeit, en Cisjordanie. Il a travaillé aux États-Unis et aux côtés de l’UNRWA – agence de l’ONU des réfugiés palestiniens – en Jordanie. Il a ensuite suivi un programme d’urbanisation intégrée et de conception durable à l’université de Stuttgart, en Allemagne.

    Mais il dit avoir finalement réalisé que la conception était bien davantage que de simples plans esquissés sur le papier : elle est aussi question plus largement de culture et de société.

    « J’ai réfléchi à la manière de développer des quartiers de façon durable. Mais pour ça, il faut travailler avec les locaux. Tout s’entremêle », dit-il.

    Après être revenu en 2015 à Jérusalem, Nassar s’est marié ; il a eu deux enfants et il a travaillé à Jérusalem et ailleurs dans le secteur de la création d’espace – qui mobilise les communautés locales pour qu’elles décident elles-mêmes comment tirer le meilleur des espaces publics où elles vivent.

    S’il a grandi en haïssant les Juifs, il n’a eu l’occasion de parler avec un Juif qu’à l’âge de 17 ans seulement alors qu’il se trouvait dans un vol en direction des États-Unis pour rendre visite à l’un de ses frères. « Ce type, dans l’avion, était sympa et j’ai commencé à me poser des questions », se souvient-il. « A partir de ce moment-là, beaucoup de choses ont changé ».

    Pendant une rencontre d’activistes communautaires en provenance de tout Jérusalem, Nassar a rencontré Matan Israeli, artiste et cofondateur de Muslala.

    « J’avais les toits en tête en permanence », dit Nassar, en raison de l’absence d’espaces vacants à Jérusalem-Est, au sol. Il a également compris que les Palestiniennes de Jérusalem-Est – qui, pour la plupart, ne travaillent pas pour des raisons sociales et culturelles – étaient la force dominante dans le foyer et, en conséquence, les partenaires parfaites pour végétaliser les toits de la ville. Il souligne que les revenus issus de leur implication dans le projet représentent également, pour elles, une opportunité économique.

    Nassar a aussi rencontré l’expert en apiculture biodynamique Yossi Aud, qui cherchait à mettre en place des cours en direction des femmes de Jérusalem-Est.

    Il a trouvé une salle de classe au sein de la bibliothèque de Wadi Joz, créé un prospectus qu’il a envoyé dans les centres communautaires palestiniens. En deux semaines, cent femmes se sont portées candidates au cursus.



    Les apiculteurs du quartier de Jabel Mukaber, à Jérusalem-Est. (Autorisation : Sinsila)

    Amassant à la hâte et à grand peine des donations, Nassar a lancé un premier programme de trois mois qui a réuni 15 femmes au mois d’avril 2019. Ont suivi six mois de supervision des travaux réalisés sur leur toit par chaque participante, sur place. Les cours sont réservés aux femmes et il n’a autour de lui que des assistantes.

    “Yossi, Matan et moi-même avons passé ce mois de juillet à circuler dans tout Jérusalem-Est pour livrer des ruches », explique Nassar qui, jusqu’à une date récente, était le seul salarié employé par Sinsila.



    Tariq Nassar, fondateur de Sinsila, à la ruche de Sinsila. (Crédit : Sue Surkes/Times of Israel) _

    Il a dorénavant de quoi financer deux postes à plein-temps – celui de Hanan, une architecte, et celui de Hashem, un habitant de Jérusalem-Est qui a obtenu un diplôme en études environnementales à l’université Ben-Gurion, dans le sud du pays.

    « La jeune génération de Palestiniens n’a pas d’espoir et c’est dangereux », estime Nassar. « Nous avons besoin d’espoir, mais il faut aussi qu’il soit combiné à l’action. Sinsila aide à redonner de l’espoir et c’est novateur. »

    #Femmes #palestine #israël #gaza #israel #bds #palestine_assassinée #occupation #colonisation #apartheid #miel #apiculture #abeilles

  • Ministry of Health: Soldiers Kill a Palestinian Child Near Nablus
    Nov 5, 2021 – – IMEMC News
    https://imemc.org/article/ministry-of-health-soldiers-kill-a-palestinian-child-near-nablus

    The Palestinian Ministry of Health announced, on Friday, the death of child after he was shot in the abdomen by an Israeli soldier in Deir al-Hatab village, east of Nablus in the northern occupied West Bank.

    The army shot the child, identified as Mohammad Da’das , 13, in the abdomen with live ammunition during confrontations between Palestinian villagers and Israeli soldiers.

    The child, from the New Askar refugee camp was immediately rushed to Rafidia Hospital in critical condition, where he was found to be in cardiac arrest.

    Medical staff attempted to resuscitate him, with no success, doctors pronounced the child’s death shortly afterward.

    #Palestine_assassinée

  • Palestiniens agressés, voiture brûlée Par Times of Israel Staff
    https://fr.timesofisrael.com/dautres-residents-dimplantation-accuses-palestiniens-agresses-voit

    Un groupe de résidents d’implantation aurait attaqué samedi des Palestiniens et vandalisé des véhicules à l’extérieur d’une ville de Cisjordanie près de Ramallah, selon les médias palestiniens.


    Une voiture en feu près du village de Turmus Ayya en Cisjordanie, après qu’elle a été incendiée par des résidents d’implantation d’un avant-poste voisin, le 23 octobre 2021. (Crédit : capture d’écran : Twitter)

    Des Israéliens de l’avant-poste d’Adei Ad ont agressé des villageois de la ville voisine de Turmus Ayya alors qu’ils récoltaient des olives. Un homme a dû recevoir un traitement médical après avoir été aspergé de gaz poivré, a rapporté l’agence de presse officielle de l’Autorité palestinienne (AP), Wafa.

    Les résidents d’implantation auraient également mis le feu à une voiture et en auraient vandalisé trois autres.

    « Voilà à quoi ressemble le terrorisme », a tweeté le député Mossi Raz, du parti de gauche Meretz.

    Ces événements s’inscrivent dans le cadre d’une récente recrudescence des attaques de résidents d’implantation extrémistes, dont beaucoup ciblent spécifiquement les oliveraies palestiniennes dans le cadre de la récolte automnale des olives en Cisjordanie qui a débuté au début du mois.

    Dimanche, la police a arrêté deux suspects qui auraient donné des coups de bâton à deux soldats et attaqué un Palestinien devant Adei Ad la semaine dernière. L’agression a eu lieu après qu’un groupe de résidents d’implantation a détruit une oliveraie appartenant à des Palestiniens près d’un autre village palestinien proche de Ramallah.

    Par ailleurs, des procureurs ont déposé jeudi de rares actes d’accusation contre deux mineurs israéliens pour leur implication présumée dans une récente attaque au jet de pierres contre un village palestinien dans les collines du sud de Hébron, qui aurait fait au moins 12 blessés palestiniens, dont un garçon de trois ans.
    . . . . .

    #violences #agressions #vol #Palestine #israël #colonisation #implantation #terrorisme #palestine_assassinée #gaza #bds #israel #occupation #colonisation #racisme #cisjordanie #apartheid #boycott #sionisme #prix_à_payer

  • Israeli Soldiers Kill A Palestinian Child, Abduct Another, Near Bethlehem
    Oct 15, 2021 – – IMEMC News
    https://imemc.org/article/israeli-soldiers-kill-a-palestinian-child-abduct-another-near-bethlehem

    Israeli soldiers killed, on Thursday at night, a Palestinian child, and abducted another near Beit Jala city, west of Bethlehem, in the occupied West Bank.

    Local sources said the soldiers fired many live rounds at two Palestinian children in the Be’er Owna area in Beit Jala city, killing one.

    The slain Palestinian child has been identified as Amjad Osama Jalal Abu Sultan, 15 , from the Hindaza Mountain area, southeast of Bethlehem.

    They added that the soldiers abducted another child, identified as Mohammad Khalil ‘ Al-Arouj, 14, and took him to an interrogation facility.

    In a short statement, the Israeli army claimed the soldiers opened fire at the Palestinians when they “tried to hurl Molotov cocktails at the Tunnels Road,” connecting the Gush Etzion colony with occupied Jerusalem.

    #Palestine_assassinée

    • Killed By The Army On October 15; Israel To Release Corpse Of Slain Child
      Nov 16, 2021
      https://imemc.org/article/killed-by-the-army-on-october-15-israel-to-release-corpse-of-slain-child

      The Palestinian Detainees and Ex-Detainees Committee has reported, on Monday evening, that Israel intends to release the corpse of a Palestinian child from Bethlehem, who was killed by Israeli army fire on October 15, 2021.

      The Committee stated that it filed an appeal with an Israeli court to release the corpse of the slain child, and received Monday, a verdict that authorized the release but without setting an actual timeframe.

      It is worth mentioning that the child, identified as Amjad Osama Abu Sultan, 15, was killed by Israeli army fire in the Be’er Owna area, in Beit Jala city, west of Bethlehem, in the occupied West Bank.

      The soldiers killed Amjad and injured another child, identified as Mohammad Khalil al-‘Arouj, 14, before taking him to an interrogation facility.

      After killing Amjad and wounding Mohammad, the army issued a statement claiming that the soldiers fired live rounds at Palestinians when they allegedly tried to throw Molotov cocktails at the “Tunnels Road,” connecting Gush Etzion illegal colony with occupied Jerusalem.

  • Des employés anonymes de Google et d’Amazon dénoncent un accord avec Israël
    https://fr.timesofisrael.com/des-employes-anonymes-de-google-et-damazon-denoncent-un-accord-ave

    Ils sont des centaines à protester dans un courrier contre l’accord du projet Nimbus concernant "la vente de technologies dangereuses à l’armée et au gouvernement israéliens"

    Plusieurs centaines d’employés anonymes de Google et d’Amazon ont fait part, dans une lettre ouverte publiée mardi, de leur rejet de la décision prise par leurs employeurs de construire des centres de données régionaux, des données basées sur le cloud, au sein de l’État juif.


    Sur cette photo non-datée fournie par Google, les canalisations colorées qui envoient et reçoivent l’eau de refroidissement pour le centre de données de Google de The Dalles, dans l’Oregon (Crédit : dit : AP/Google, Connie Zhou)

    Ils s’opposent également à la fourniture de services à Israël, précisant qu’ils veulent que tous les liens soient rompus avec l’armée israélienne.

    Selon le courrier, qui a été publié par The Guardian, plus de 90 salariés de Google et plus de 300 « employés originaires de différents milieux » d’Amazon ont signé la missive.

    Ils ont indiqué souhaiter rester anonymes « par crainte de représailles », ce qui rend impossible de vérifier le nombre de signataires de manière indépendante.

    La lettre faisait référence au projet Nimbus sur le cloud, qui permettra aux ministères israéliens et aux autres entités publiques de transférer des serveurs et des services sur le cloud fourni par les deux firmes technologiques. Jusqu’à ce que les centres de données régionaux soient construits – ce qui devrait survenir à l’horizon 2023 – les services du cloud seront assurés par des centres de données AWS de Google et d’Amazon en Irlande, en Hollande et à Francfort. Toutes les données seront ensuite transférées dans les centres qui seront établis au sein de l’État juif.

    « En tant qu’employés permettant à ces firmes de mener leurs activités, nous sommes dans l’obligation morale de dénoncer les violations de valeurs déterminantes. Et pour cette raison, nous nous trouvons dans l’obligation d’appeler les responsables d’Amazon et de Google à abandonner le projet Nimbus et à couper tous les liens avec l’armée israélienne », indique le courrier sans mentionner les autres entités qui bénéficieront des services des deux entreprises.

    Les employés ajoutent que les deux firmes technologiques ont entamé des discussions concernant des contrats avec des institutions américaines comme le département de la Défense, l’ICE (l’instance chargée de l’immigration et des douanes) et la police.

    « Ces contrats entrent dans le cadre d’un modèle perturbant de militarisation, de manque de transparence, où toute supervision est évitée », poursuit la lettre.

    Les employés notent que l’accord conclu avec l’État juif est dans la même veine – un contrat autorisant « la vente d’une technologie dangereuse au gouvernement et à l’armée israélienne ».

    Il poursuit en indiquant que le contrat a été signé au mois de mai – « la même semaine où l’armée israélienne a attaqué les Palestiniens de la bande de Gaza, tuant presque 250 personnes dont 60 enfants ». Elle ne précise pas que les frappes israéliennes sont venues répondre aux lancers, par les groupes terroristes de l’enclave côtière, de milliers de roquettes vers des civils israéliens, qui ont fait un certain nombre de victimes dans le pays.


    Des roquettes sont lancées depuis la bande de Gaza en direction d’Israël, le 10 mai 2021. (Crédit : AP Photo/Khalil Hamra)

    « Les technologies que nos firmes s’engagent à mettre en place rendront les discriminations et les déplacements systématiques commis par l’armée israélienne plus cruels et plus meurtriers encore pour les Palestiniens », poursuit la lettre. « Le projet Nimbus est un contrat à hauteur de 2,1 milliards de dollars visant à fournir des services de cloud au gouvernement et à l’armée israélienne. Cette technologie va permettre une surveillance encore plus grande des Palestiniens et la collecte illégale de données à leur encontre, et elle va faciliter l’expansion illégale des colonies israéliennes sur les terres des Palestiniens. »

    Les auteurs du courrier concluent qu’il est « impossible » pour eux « de détourner le regard » alors que leurs produits sont utilisés pour « retirer aux Palestiniens leurs droits fondamentaux, aider à leur expulsion et aider les attaques israéliennes dans la bande de Gaza – des actions qui ont entraîné des enquêtes pour crime de guerre à la Cour pénale internationale (CPI) ». En réalité, les investigations lancées par le tribunal de La Haye sur des crimes de guerre présumés de la part d’Israël concernent également le groupe terroriste du Hamas qui est accusée de la même chose par les magistrats.

    Le contrat conclu avec Google et Amazon par le gouvernement s’étend sur sept années initiales, avec l’option de le prolonger pendant un total de 23 ans, ont commenté les responsables. Après les sept premières années, l’État juif pourra ajouter d’autres fournisseurs de service ou cesser ses activités avec Amazon et Google.

    Le projet, qui prévoit l’installation de six centres de données en Israël – ce qui correspond à un investissement d’au moins 4 milliards de dollars – entraînera la création d’environ 500 postes directs pour chaque centre, mais il permettra aussi de dynamiser l’emploi via les services auxquels ces centres auront recours de la part d’autres entreprises.

    Ces centres aideront aussi à créer un écosystème pour les start-ups spécialisées dans les services du cloud, ont ajouté les responsables, et ils formeront une main-d’œuvre en leur donnant les compétences appropriées – des compétences qui pourront ensuite se propager dans l’écosystème technologique national. Les pays voisins pourront également profiter des infrastructures israéliennes, a précisé le ministère des Finances.

    Cette année, dans un contexte de conflit entre l’État juif et les groupes terroristes de la bande de Gaza, des employés de Google avaient demandé aux responsables de l’entreprise de réexaminer les contrats conclus entre le géant technologique et « les institutions qui soutiennent les violations des droits des Palestiniens de la part d’Israël », citant l’armée israélienne comme exemple.

    La missive, écrite par des employés juifs de Google, avait été envoyée au directeur-général Sundar Pichai. Elle avait aussi appelé la firme à renforcer son soutien apporté aux Palestiniens en réponse au conflit.


    Le directeur-général de Google Sundar Pichai pendant une visite au El Centro College à Dallas, au Texas, le 3 octobre 2019. (Crédit : AP Photo/LM Otero, File)

    Alors qu’il lui avait été demandé, au mois de mai, si les géants de la technologie pouvaient décider d’interrompre leurs services et de laisser Israël dans l’embarras, l’avocat Zviel Ganz, qui travaille au département juridique du ministère des Finances, avait répondu « qu’au vu des exigences présentées dans les appels d’offres, la réponse est non ». Les contrats interdisent également aux firmes de refuser leurs services à des entités gouvernementales particulières, avait-il ajouté lors d’un point-presse.

    Ganz avait noté que de telles possibilités avaient été prises en compte lors de la formulation des appels d’offres. « Nous avons créé plusieurs modèles pour ce type de scénario et ils sont envisagés et encadrés dans tous les appels d’offres », a-t-il poursuivi.

    #gaza #gafam #google #amazon #cloud #data_center #surveillance #contrôle #technologie #Palestine #israël #Palestine_assassinée #israel #occupation

  • Israeli Soldiers Kill A Palestinian In Central Gaza
    Sep 30, 2021 – – IMEMC News
    https://imemc.org/article/israeli-soldiers-kill-a-palestinian-in-central-gaza-2

    Israeli soldiers killed, Thursday, a Palestinian man east of the al-Boreij refugee camp, in the central Gaza Strip.

    Palestinian medical sources said the slain Palestinian has been identified as Mohammad Ammar, 41, from al-Boreij.

    They added that Mohammad was shot with a live round in the head before he was rushed to the Al-Aqsa Hospital in the nearby Deir al-Balah city, where he was officially pronounced dead.

    The slain man was shot on Palestinian land close to the perimeter fence of the besieged coastal region.

    Local sources said Ammar was hunting for birds when the soldiers delivered the fatal shots.

    Israeli Ynet news quoted that army claiming that the soldiers reportedly observed, through surveillance cameras, three Palestinians approaching the fence, and added that “one of them was digging in the ground while carrying a suspicious bag.”

    It said that the army did not provide further clarification besides stating that the soldiers spotted the man and opened fire at him.

    His family said that Mohammad was a married father of eight children, and worked at the local town council, and added that he took a four-day vacation from work to hunt for birds and spend time with the family.(...)

    #Palestine_assassinée

  • Israeli Soldiers Kill A Palestinian Woman In Jerusalem
    Sep 30, 2021 – – IMEMC News
    https://imemc.org/article/israeli-soldiers-kill-a-palestinian-woman-in-jerusalem

    Israeli soldiers killed, on Thursday morning, a Palestinian woman near the Chain Gate, leading to the Al-Aqsa Mosque, in occupied Jerusalem.

    The Israeli police claimed the woman, 30, carried a sharp object and attempted to stab officers before they delivered the fatal shots, and added that she is from Qabatia, south of Jenin, in northern West Bank.

    It also claimed that the woman exited the Al-Aqsa Mosque Compound through the Chain Gate, and “pulled a knife out before attempting to stab officers, before they fired live rounds at her.”

    Eyewitnesses said the woman was still alive, but seriously injured and unable to move, and added that the police prevented anybody from reaching her to render the urgently needed first aid before she succumbed to her wounds.

    The woman was later identified as Isra’ Faleh Khzaimiah, 30 , a married mother of four children, the youngest are four and two years of age, from Qabatia town, south of the northern West Bank city of Jenin.

    #Palestine_assassinée

    • Le corps d’une Palestinienne assassinée sera remise à sa famille 50 jours après avoir été abattue par des soldats israéliens
      http://french.wafa.ps/Pages/Details/198158

      Ramallah, le 19 novembre 2021, WAFA- Les autorités d’occupation israéliennes ont remis aujourd’hui à la partie palestinienne le corps d’une Palestinienne tuée, 50 jours après avoir été abattu par les forces d’occupation israéliennes.

      Le corps d ’Isra’ khazimia , 30 ans, de la localité de Qabatiya à Jénine en Cisjordanie occupée, sera remise par l’armée d’occupation israélienne au Croissant-Rouge palestinien près du poste de contrôle militaire de Salem, à Jénine.

      Il convient de mentionner qu’Israa, mère de quatre enfants, a été tuée le 30 septembre dernier par les tirs des forces d’occupation israéliennes sur la porte d’Al-Silsleh, l’une des portes de la mosquée sainte d’Al-Aqsa.

      Israël retient les corps de plus de 70 Palestiniens tués par les forces d’occupation israéliennes. En outre, environ 250 corps de Palestiniens, également tués par Israël, sont conservés dans des tombes numérotées dans des cimetières du nord d’Israël, certains détenus depuis 1948.

  • Israeli Soldiers Kill A Palestinian Near Jenin
    Sep 30, 2021 – – IMEMC News
    https://imemc.org/article/israeli-soldiers-kill-a-palestinian-near-jenin

    Israeli soldiers killed, on Thursday at dawn, a young Palestinian man in Burqin town, west of the northern West Bank city of Jenin. The soldiers and uncover officers were operating in the area to abduct Palestinian resistance fighters.

    Palestinian medical sources said the slain young man has been identified as Ala’ Nasser Zayyoud, 22, from Sielet al-Harithiya town, northwest of Jenin.

    They added that the young was shot from a close range and that the soldiers wanted to take his corpse away when Palestinian resistance fighters fired several rounds at them and managed to retrieve the corpse before taking it to Khalil Suleiman governmental hospital in Jenin.

    The incident took place when a large Israeli military force, including undercover soldiers, invaded Burqin, leading to protests, and an exchange of fire between the army and armed resistance fighters.

    Eyewitnesses said a large military force also invaded an area, between the towns of al-Yamoun and Burqin towns, before surrounding a home.

    They added that Ala’ ran towards the area of the invasion carrying his weapon, but did not know the soldiers were deployed around the corner and came face to face with them when they shot him with several live rounds, and even fired several rounds at him after he dropped onto the ground.

    The soldiers also invaded and ransacked homes, before abducting two young men, and took them to an unknown destination.

    The slain Palestinian was a member of the Al-Quds Brigades, the armed wing of the Islamic Jihad. (...)

    #Palestine_assassinée

  • Israeli Soldiers Kill Five Palestinians In West Bank
    Sep 26, 2021 – – IMEMC News
    https://imemc.org/article/israeli-soldiers-kill-five-palestinians-in-west-bank

    Israeli soldier killed, on Sunday at dawn, five Palestinians, injured and abducted many others, during massive invasions into various communities in the occupied West Bank, resulting in exchanges of fire with Palestinian fighters.

    Israeli media sources said undercover Israeli soldiers of the Duvdevan special forces carried out extensive operations to ‘arrest members of Hamas movement’ across the West Bank, leading to exchanges of fire, resulting in the death of at least five Palestinians.


    The Palestinian Red Crescent Society (PRCS) that the soldiers shot Osama Sobeh, 22, with live fire causing serious injuries before he was rushed to Ibn Sina hospital in Burqin town, west of the northern West Bank city of Jenin, where he succumbed to his wounds.

    Local sources said Sobeh was killed when the soldiers invaded the home of a former political prisoner, identified as Mohammad Zar’ini, near the al-Yamoun town.

    The soldiers also invaded Burqin town, southwest of Jenin, and surrounded a house, while more soldiers were deployed in the area before sporadic exchanges of fire took place for several hours.

    In addition, Palestinian medical sources the soldiers shot a young man in the leg when the army invaded Kafr Dan village, northwest of Jenin; the soldiers also abducted at least one Palestinian before moving him to an unknown destination.

    In Jenin city, undercover soldiers kidnapped Ahmad Abu Rmeila and Mohammad Mazen Sa’adi, after ambushing them in a gas station in Jenin city.

    Exchanges of fire between the soldiers and Palestinian resistance fighters were also reported in several areas in the Jenin governorate. At least eight Palestinains, and two Israeli soldiers were injured.

    In addition, the soldiers killed three Palestinians and injured several others during an exchange of fire in the Ein Ajeeb area, east of Beit Anan town, and in Biddu town, northwest of occupied Jerusalem.

    Ahmad Zahran

    One of the slain Palestinians has been identified as Ahmad Zahran, a member of the al-Qassam Brigades, the armed wing of Hamas.

    It is worth mentioning that Ahmad is the brother of Zahran Zahran, who was killed y the Israeli army in the year 1998.

    Local sources said the army used at least ten drones during its invasions into villages, northwest of occupied Jerusalem, especially in the Ein Ajeeb area.

    The army also invaded Beit Fajjar town, south of Bethlehem, and abducted Mohammad Moayyad Thawabta, 20, Qussai Jamal Deeriyya, 22, and Mohammad Ibrahim Deeriyya, 18, from their homes.

    In Hebron, in southern West Bank, the soldiers invaded and ransacked many homes, and abducted two Palestinians, identified as Amer Tawfiq Abu Hlayyil and Hazem Nader Abu Hlayyil, in Doura town, south of the city.

    #Palestine_assassinée

    Updated: “Including A Child, Israeli Soldiers Kill Five Palestinians In West Bank”
    Sep 26, 2021

    Updated: Israeli soldiers killed, on Sunday at dawn, five Palestinians, including a child, injured and abducted many others, during massive invasions into various communities in the occupied West Bank, resulting in exchanges of fire with Palestinian fighters.

    The five slain Palestinians have been oficially identified as:

    Yousef Fathi Soboh, 16, from Burqin town, west of the northern West Bank city of Jenin.
    Osama Yasser Soboh, 22, from Burqin town, west of the northern West Bank city of Jenin.
    Mahmoud Mustafa Hmeidan, 27, from Beit Anan town, northwest of occupied Jerusalem.
    Zakariyya Ibrahim Badwan, 36, from Biddu town, northwest of occupied Jerusalem.
    Ahmad Zahran, 37, from Biddu town, northwest of occupied Jerusalem.

    • Cinq jeunes palestiniens ont été assasinés et par les forces de l’occupation à Jénine et Jérusalem
      Date : Sunday 2021-09-26 - 11:30 AM
      Palestine Occupée-Gaza Post
      https://thegazapost.com/fr/post/130675/Cinq-jeunes-palestiniens-ont-%C3%A9t%C3%A9-assasin%C3%A9s-et-par-les-fo

      Dimanche matin, cinq martyrs palestiniens ont été tués et d’autres blessés par les forces de l’occupation israélienne à Jénine en Cisjordan et Jérusalem Occupée.

      Dans un communiqué, le ministère de la Santé a indiqué que la mort de trois citoyens dans la ville de Badu, au nord de Jérusalem.

      Le ministère a souligné dans son communiqué que « les martyres sont les trois jeunes hommes Palestiniens, Ahmed Zahran, Mahmoud Hamidan et Zakaria Badwan »


      À Jénine, Oussama Yasser Sobh , 22 ans, a été abattu par les forces armées de l’occupation israélienne, un autre martyr n’est pas encore connu , et quatre autres ont été blessés par les forces de l’occupation israélienne

      L’hôpital Ibn Sina a annoncé qu’Oussama Yasser Sobh, 22 ans, avait été tué par des tirs israéliens dans à Jénine .

      Le gouverneur de Jénine, Akram al-Rajoub, a signalé le martyre d’un autre jeune homme dans le village Burqine à Jénine, qui n’est pas identifié, et son corps est toujours sous la garde des forces d’occupation.

    • L’occupant israélien assassine cinq résistants palestiniens
      26 September 2021
      Par Al-Jazeera, Al-Quds News Network
      https://www.chroniquepalestine.com/occupant-israelien-assassine-cinq-resistants-palestiniens

      Ramallah, Cisjordanie occupée – Cinq Palestiniens ont été assassinés par l’armée israélienne d’occupation lors de raids militaires menés dans la nuit de samedi à dimanche dans les régions de Jénine et de Jérusalem en Cisjordanie occupée.

      Mohammad Hleil, porte-parole du ministère palestinien de la santé, a confirmé à Al Jazeera le meurtre de trois Palestiniens du village de Biddu, au nord-ouest de Jérusalem, qui ont été identifiés par leurs familles comme étant Ahmad Zahran, Mahmoud Hmaidan et Zakariya Badwan.

      Les forces israéliennes d’occupation ont également assassiné un habitant du village de Burqin, au sud-ouest de la ville de Jénine, qui a été identifié comme étant Osama Soboh , âgé de 22 ans, a confirmé Hleil, ajoutant que des rapports font état de la mort d’un cinquième Palestinien, Yousif Soboh , âgé de 16 ans.

      Selon les médias de l’occupant, deux soldats israéliens ont été “gravement blessés” lors des affrontements armés qui ont suivi, et ont été hospitalisés.

      Selon la famille d’Ahmad Zahran, les forces israéliennes le pourchassaient depuis des semaines, notamment par des raids précédents de l’armée sur leur maison, des arrestations et des interrogatoires de membres de la famille, ont rapporté les médias locaux.

      La mère d’Ahmad Zahran a accusé l’Autorité palestinienne d’avoir aidé l’opération d’arrestation de l’armée israélienne, affirmant que les forces de l’Autorité Palestinienne avaient également fait une descente chez eux récemment. “C’est l’AP qui nous a envoyé les Israéliens”, a-t-elle déclaré aux médias. (...)

  • Breaking| Israeli army kills young man in Beita protest
    September 24, 2021 - Quds News Network
    https://qudsnen.co/?p=29683

    Occupied Nablus (QNN)- Muhammad Khabisah (28 years old) has succumbed to wounds in the head that he sustained during the Israeli repression of a peaceful protest in Beita, the Ministry of Health said.

    The red Crescent had said that 38 protesters were wounded in the protest, eight of them were shot, including Khabisahwho had a serious head injury.

    The injuries also included 18 suffocation cases and three falling injuries and burns.

    Locals of Beita carry out weekly protests on Sabih mountain in protest against the construction of a new Israeli illegal outpost in their village.

    #Palestine_assassinée #Beita

    • Une nuit avec les Défenseurs palestiniens de la montagne

      Publié 22 septembre 2021 ·
      https://charleroi-pourlapalestine.be/index.php/2021/09/22/une-nuit-avec-les-defenseurs-palestiniens-de-la-montagne

      Comme des milliers de gens, j’ai suivi leur histoire sur les médias sociaux où la campagne #SaveBeita (préservez Beita) a attiré de plus en plus de monde et a entretenu un soutien massif aux Défenseurs de la montagne à Beita.

      Mohammed el-Kurd, 15 septembre 2021 sur The Nation

      Beita, Palestine — L’horloge indique presque 22 heures. C’est un dimanche soir du mois d’août et les habitants de ce village palestinien du nord de la Cisjordanie occupée se rassemblent au mont Sabih, où un avant-poste de peuplement illégal a été installé au début mai. Ils se préparent pour ce qu’ils appellent les « perturbations nocturnes », un rituel de résistance qui n’a pas cessé un instant, mais qui a évolué sans arrêt depuis une centaine de jours. Son but est de rendre insupportable le séjour des colons sur leurs terres.

      Plus d’une centaine de personnes se sont rassemblées au sommet de la montagne, ce soir. Des enfants évoluent çà et là avec des torches artisanales. Des hommes de près de 80 ans sont assis jambes croisées sur de gros rochers et pointent des rayons laser d’un vert brillant sur l’avant-poste. Quelques jeunes s’entraînent avec leurs catapultes. D’autres brûlent des pneus. D’autres encore scandent des slogans. De temps à autre, on entend une explosion dans le lointain, parfois il s’agit d’une bombe incapacitante israélienne, parfois d’un fût industriel que les défenseurs font sauter pour surprendre les militaires. Un homme se balade à la ronde, proposant du café et de l’eau à la foule. On entend quelques rires, qui retombent lentement au fur et à mesure que les Défenseurs de la montagne arrivent sur les lieux.

      « Nous sommes les enfants de Beita, les Défenseurs de la montagne », dit l’un d’eux, qui doit avoir un peu plus de trente ans et dont le visage est emballé dans un keffieh afin de dissimuler son identité. (...)

    • “Israeli Soldiers Kill A Young Palestinian Man Near Nablus”
      Sep 24, 2021
      https://imemc.org/article/israeli-soldiers-injure-dozens-of-palestinians-one-seriously-near-nablus

      Palestinian medical sources have confirmed, on Friday evening, that the seriously injured young man, who was shot by Israeli soldiers in Beita town, south of the northern West Bank city of Nablus, has died from his wounds.

      The sources said the young man, identified as Mohammad Ali Khabisa, 28, from Beita town, was shot with a live round in the head, in Sbeih Mountain, and was rushed to the an-Najah Hospital, in Nablus, but succumbed to his very serious injuries.

      The slain young man is a married father of an infant girl, only eights months of age, and is the eighth to be killed in Sbeih Mountain since the protests started 140 days ago after illegal Israeli colonizers installed an outpost on private Palestinian lands.

      It is worth mentioning that, two weeks ago, the soldiers shot the young man with a rubber-coated steel bullet in the head.

      During Friday protests, the soldiers also injured 29 Palestinians, including eight who were shot with rubber-coated steel bullets, 18 who suffered the effects of tear gas inhalation, and two who suffered burns.

      Beita has been witnessing constant protests, and repeated Israeli military invasions and violations since the illegal Israeli colonizers occupied the top of Sbeih Mountain and installed an outpost they named “Avitar.”

    • IOF Kill Palestinian Civilian and Wound 2 Others in Beita Village, Nablus
      Date: 25 September 2021
      https://pchrgaza.org/en/iof-kill-palestinian-civilian-and-wound-2-others-in-beita-village-nablus

      Yesterday afternoon, 24 September 2021, the Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) killed a Palestinian civilian and wounded 2 others; one is an elderly man, during their attack on a peaceful protest against settlement expansion in Beita, southeastern Nablus, northern West Bank.

      According to PCHR investigations, IOF directly shot the Palestinian civilian in his head from a distance of only 40 meters while there was no threat to the lives of IOF, eliminating any justification to the murder crime. This crime is yet another stark example of IOF unjustifiable relaxed shooting standards in disregard for Palestinian civilians’ lives.(...)

  • Recently Released Cancer-Stricken Detainee Dies At Hospital In Ramallah

    – – IMEMC News
    https://imemc.org/article/recently-released-cancer-stricken-detainee-dies-at-hospital-in-ramallah

    The Palestinian Prisoners’ Society (PPS) has confirmed, Wednesday, that a cancer-stricken former Palestinian political prisoner who was recently released from an Israeli prison after his condition seriously deteriorated, has died at a Palestinian hospital in Ramallah, in central West Bank.

    The PPS stated that the detainee, Hussein Masalma, 39, from the al-Khader town, south of Bethlehem in the occupied West Bank, was released from an Israeli prison in February of this year when his condition became extremely serious after he was denied the right to receive the urgently-needed specialized medical treatment for his Leukemia.

    The PPS added that the detainee was first moved to Hadassah Israeli medical center, before being sent, a week ago, to the Istishari Arab Hospital in Ramallah.

    The PPS held Israel fully responsible for his death, especially since he was subject to medical neglect while in prison, and only started receiving treatment when his condition became serious.

    It is worth mentioning that Masalma started suffering from complications and sharp pain in late 2020, and it took Israel more than a month to send him to the clinic of the Negev Desert detention camp and was only moved to an Israeli hospital when his condition became very serious, and the physicians found out that he has End-Stage Leukemia.

    The Palestinian was abducted by the Israel army in the year 2002 and was sentenced to 20 years in prison. He spent 19 years in prison before he was released due to his serious medical condition.

    His release came after various appeals, deliberations, and delays by Israeli courts before his lawyer filed an appeal with the Israeli High Court.

    #Palestine_assassinée

  • Updated: Soldiers Kill A Palestinain Doctor In Jerusalem
    Sep 10, 2021 – – IMEMC News
    https://imemc.org/article/israeli-soldiers-kill-a-palestinian-physician-in-jerusalem

    Updated: Israeli soldiers killed, Friday, a Palestinian physician near Bab al-Asbat, one of the gates of the Al-Aqsa Mosque, in occupied Jerusalem, after the army claimed that he “attempted to stab a soldier.”

    A video by a Palestinian photojournalist, identified as Ibrahim Sinjilawi, revealed that, after the soldiers shot the Palestinian physician, they handcuffed him, and then a soldier placed his foot and then his knee on the wounded man’s back, despite his upper back gunshot wounds.

    The soldiers could also be seen greeting each other, and one shaking another officer’s hand.

    The Palestinian Detainees’ Committee stated that the slain man has been identified as Dr. Hazem al-Jolani , 50, and added that he suffered serious wounds before he was transferred to Hadassah Israeli medical center in Jerusalem, where he succumbed to his injuries.

    The Israeli soldiers shot Dr. Hazem, from Shu’fat in Jerusalem, near Bab al-Majles in the Old City, and prevented the Palestinians, including medics, from approaching him, and later an Israeli ambulance arrived at the scene and took him to Hadassah.

    He was officially pronounced dead due to his serious wounds, shortly after arriving in Hadassah. (...)

    #Palestine_assassinée

  • Three Palestinians Killed In A Tunnel In Rafah
    Sep 4, 2021 – – IMEMC News
    https://imemc.org/article/three-palestinians-killed-in-a-tunnel-in-rafah

    The Palestinian Interior Ministry in the Gaza Strip has reported that three Palestinians were killed under in a tunnel in Rafah, in the southern part of the Gaza Strip.

    Update: The three Palestinians have been identified as Wisam Ayyad, 20, Mohammad Jihad Ayyad, and Issa Abu Hannoun.

    On his Facebook page, Iyad El-Bozom, the official spokesperson for the Interior Ministry, stated that the corpses of three tunnel workers were located in the rubble of a collapsed tunnel.

    He added that the corpses were found after a search and rescue campaign was initiated in the southern area of Rafah, in the border area with Egypt.

    The Palestinians went missing on Thursday evening while working in a siege-busting tunnel before Civil Defense teams initiated the search campaign, and eventually located their corpses under the rubble.

    The Palestinian Quds News Agency quoted sources in Gaza claiming that the incident that led to their deaths took place after the Egyptian army pumped toxic gas in the tunnel.

    It is worth mentioning that many Palestinians, not affiliated with armed resistance groups, work in the tunnels to provide for their families in the besieged and impoverished Gaza Strip.

    #Palestine_assassinée

    • Egypt pumps toxic gas into Gaza tunnel, three Palestinians dead - report
      Egypt has destroyed more than 3,000 tunnels along its border with the Gaza Strip in the past six years.
      By JERUSALEM POST STAFF SEPTEMBER 3, 2021
      https://www.jpost.com/breaking-news/egypt-pumps-toxic-gas-into-gaza-tunnel-two-palestinians-dead-678464

      Three Palestinians died on Thursday as the Egyptian military pumped toxic gas into a smuggling tunnel, Palestinian media reported.
      The tunnel stretches from the Gaza Strip to the Sinai peninsula.
      In 2019, two Palestinians died and several others wounded after Egyptian troops pumped toxic fumes into a smuggling tunnel stretching into the Sinai Peninsula from the Gaza Strip. In February 2017, three Palestinians were killed in a tunnel between Gaza and Sinai in similar circumstances.
      Egypt has destroyed more than 3,000 tunnels along its border with the Gaza Strip in the past six years, Egyptian Army Spokesperson Tamer Al-Refai said in 2020.

  • Israeli Soldiers Kill A Palestinian In Gaza
    Sep 3, 2021 – – IMEMC News
    https://imemc.org/article/israeli-soldiers-kill-a-palestinian-in-gaza-4

    The Palestinian Health Ministry has confirmed, on Thursday at night, that a young man has died from serious wounds he suffered after Israeli soldiers attacked protesters on Palestinian lands near the perimeter fence, in the northern part of the Gaza Strip.

    The Health Ministry stated that the young man, identified as Ahmad Mustafa Mahmoud Saleh, 26, from Jabalia refugee camp, in the northern part of the Gaza Strip, was shot by an Israeli soldier near the perimeter fence, east of the refugee camp.

    It added that the Palestinian medics rushed the seriously injured young man to the Indonesian Hospital in Jabalia city, but he succumbed to his wounds despite all efforts to save his life.

    Medical sources the soldiers fired live rounds and high-velocity gas bombs at Palestinian protesters along the perimeter fence, in the eastern parts of the Gaza Strip, wounding fifteen Palestinians, among them five children including one who sustained life-threatening wounds.

    #Palestine_assassinée

    • Israeli forces shoot dead Palestinian, injure over 20 others in Gaza
      September 3, 2021
      https://qudsnen.co/?p=28883

      Gaza Strip (QNN)- Israeli occupation forces on Thursday night shot dead a Palestinian and injured more than 20 others while participating in the peaceful protests on Gaza borders with the 1948-occupied territories.

      A 26-year-old Palestinian man, identified as Ahmad Saleh, from Jabalia camp, was killed after being shot in the abdomen on Thursday by an Israeli sniper, according to Gaza’s health ministry.

      15 others were also injured with live bullets shot by the Israeli forces, including five children (one of them is in a critical condition).

      10 others were also injured with rubber-coated metal bullets fired by Israeli forces and tear gas canisters thrown by Israeli drones at the protesters to disperse them, including a photojournalist and a paramedic.

      For the third week, thousands of Gazans protested in the borders against the continuation of the Israeli suffocating siege of the strip, especially after the Israeli 11-day deadly aggression last May that killed at least 243 Gazans, including 67 children.

  • Israeli Soldiers Kill A Palestinian Near Ramallah
    Sep 1, 2021 – – IMEMC News
    https://imemc.org/article/israeli-soldiers-kill-a-palestinian-near-ramallah-4

    Israeli soldiers killed, late on Tuesday at night, a Palestinian man in the western area of Beit Ur at-Tahta, west of the central West Bank city of Ramallah, after the army attacked Palestinian workers in a crossing area of the Annexation Wall.

    Eyewitnesses said the soldiers fired live rounds at the Palestinian, who suffered serious wounds and bled to death after the soldiers refused to allow any Palestinian to approach him, the WAFA Palestinian News & Info Agency has reported.

    In a statement, the Palestinian Health Ministry said the Palestinian Civil Coordination Office was informed by the Israeli side that the young man has died from his wounds.

    On Wednersday at dawn, the slain man, was identified as Raed Yousef Rashed Jadallah , 39. He lived in Beit Ur at-Tahta and bears a Jerusalem ID card, the Maan News Agency said.

    The Palestinian was laboreres who worked in occupied Jerusalem, and was crossing one of the military-controlled crossing points, when the soldiers delivered the fatal shots.

    Palestinian medics managed to obtain the corpse of the slain Palestinian man, and moved it to Palestinian Medical Complex in Ramallah.

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  • Palestinian Child Dies Of Serious Wounds He Suffered A Week Earlier In Gaza
    Aug 28, 2021 – – IMEMC News
    https://imemc.org/article/palestinian-child-dies-of-serious-wounds-he-suffered-a-week-earlier-in-gaza

    Medical sources in the Gaza Strip have confirmed that a child died, on Saturday at dawn, from serious wounds he suffered a week earlier after Israeli soldiers shot and seriously wounded him, in the eastern part of the coastal region.

    The sources stated that the child has been identified as Omar Hasan Abu an-Neel, 12, and added that he was shot in the head during a protest near the perimeter fence in Malka area, east Gaza city.

    Omar was from the Tuffah neighborhood, in Gaza city; the medics rushed him to a hospital where he was admitted to surgery.

    He remained in a critical condition at the Intensive Care Unit until he succumbed to his serious wounds.

    On that day, 41 Palestinians were injured, many of whom were shot with live ammunition, including Omar.

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  • Palestinian Dies From Serious Wounds He Suffered In Gaza
    Aug 25, 2021– – IMEMC News
    https://imemc.org/article/palestinian-dies-from-serious-wounds-he-suffered-in-gaza-2

    Medical sources at the Shifa Medical Center, west of Gaza city, has reported on Wednesday morning, that a young Palestinian man died from serious wounds he suffered, on Saturday, August 21st, 2021, after Israeli soldiers shot him with live fire.

    The sources stated that last Saturday evening, the soldiers shot and seriously injured Osama Khaled D’eij, 32 , during protests that took place near the perimeter fence, east of Gaza city.

    The Palestinian was rushed to the Shifa Medical Center before he was immediately admitted to surgery but remained in a critical condition at the Urgent Care Unit until he succumbed to his wounds.

    Osama, from Jabalia refugee camp, in the northern part of the Gaza Strip, was shot with expanding bullets.

    His family said that he got married only a month before he was shot and subsequently died from his serious wounds.

    On the same day, the soldiers shot and injured 41 Palestinians, including several children, during protests on Palestinian land near the fence, commemorating the 52nd anniversary of the burning of the Al-Aqsa Mosque, in occupied Jerusalem.

    The holy site was burnt, on August 23rd, 1969, by Denis Michael Rohan, a fanatic Australian citizen.

    Israel arrested Rohan, before alleging that he was “insane”, and hospitalized him in a mental institution, and on May 14th, 1974, he was released and deported on what Israel called “humanitarian grounds, further psychiatric treatment near his family”.

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  • Palestinian Man Dies From Wounds Suffered Last Week
    Aug 11, 2021 – – IMEMC News
    https://imemc.org/article/palestinian-man-dies-after-being-shot-last-week-in-jenin

    A Palestinian young man, on Wednesday, was pronounced dead from serious wounds he suffered a week ago after the army shot and seriously injured him in the northern West Bank city of Jenin, Quds News Network reported.

    Medical sources stated that the young man, identified as Diaeddin Mohammad Sabarini, 25 , has died, after he was shot by Israeli forces, three times in the upper body, on Tuesday, August 3, 2021.

    During an invasion of the industrial zone of Jenin, Israeli soldiers and undercover agents shot and wounded six Palestinians with live rounds, for resisting the incursion.

    Sabarini had been seriously injured after being shot in the abdomen, he was evacuated to a nearby Nablus hospital for urgent treatment where he succumbed to his critical gunshot wounds today.

    ~ QNN, WAFA
    Photo: QNN

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  • Israeli Soldiers Kill Four Palestinians In Jenin
    Aug 16, 2021 – – IMEMC News
    https://imemc.org/article/israeli-soldiers-kill-four-palestinians-in-jenin

    Israeli soldiers killed, on Monday at dawn, four Palestinians, and seriously wounded at least one, in Jenin, in northern West Bank, after the army and its undercover forces, invaded Jenin city and Jenin refugee camp, in the northern part of the occupied West Bank.

    Medical sources at Khalil Suleiman governmental hospital in Jenin, have confirmed receiving the corpses of two Palestinians, identified as Saleh Ahmad Mahmoud Ammar, 19, from Jenin refugee camp, and Raed Ziad Abdul-Latif Abu Saif, 21, from Jenin city.

    They added that another Palestinian, identified as Nour Abdullah Jarrar, 19, from Jenin city, was also killed by the soldiers who took his corpse.

    The soldiers also shot and seriously injured a fourth Palestinian, identified as Amjad Eyad Azmi Husseiniyya, 20 , who succumbed to his wounds after the soldiers abducted him.

    Media sources in Jenin said the killing of the Palestinians took place when undercover Israeli soldiers infiltrated into Jenin refugee camp using a civilian car before the soldiers stormed an under-construction residential building and secretly occupied its rooftop.

    They added that many Israeli army jeeps then invaded the refugee camp and exchanged fire with Palestinian resistance fighters who were unaware of the undercover soldiers occupying the building and were killed by their gunfire.

    One Palestinian, identified as Qassam Mohammad Taha, 24, suffered various gunshot wounds to his left arm and was rushed to Jenin governmental hospital.

    In addition, the army invaded and ransacked homes in the Jenin refugee camp, and abducted a young man, identified as Mohammad Abu Zeina.

    National factions in Jenin declared a general strike to mourn the slain Palestinians.

    The Israeli army claimed its soldiers, including the undercover officers, invaded Jenin to arrest a member of the Hamas movement, before an exchange of fire took place between the soldiers and Palestinian resistance fighters.

    The army added that no injuries were reported among the soldiers.

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  • Updated: “Israeli Soldiers Kill A Palestinian Child In Nablus”
    Aug 24, 2021 – – IMEMC News
    https://imemc.org/article/israeli-soldiers-kill-a-palestinian-child-in-nablus

    Israeli soldiers killed, on Tuesday at dawn, a Palestinian child in Balata refugee camp, east of the northern West Bank city of Nablus.

    Ahmad Jibril, the head of the Nablus office of the Palestinian Red Crescent Society (PRCS), said the child has been identified as Emad Hashash, 15.
    He added that the slain child was shot with a live Israeli army round in the head and was pronounced dead after he was transferred to Rafidia hospital in Nablus.

    His uncle said Emad went on the rooftop of his home to watch the unfolding events went many army vehicles invaded the refugee camp before a soldier shot him in the head.

    Talking to the Palestinian News & Info Agency (WAFA, Emad’s brother, Mohammad, said that he and his brother went on the rooftop to take videos and pictures of the Israeli vehicles while withdrawing from the refugee camp before a soldier fired live rounds at them.

    He added that the bullet penetrated his brother’s face through his nose and exited from the back of his skull.

    He also said that the soldiers hurled a gas grenade at the main door of their home, and obstructed the ambulance while rushing to reach him.

    “It took about 40 minutes from the moment he was shot until the medics were able to transfer him to the hospital,” Mohammad stated, “During this time, we were unable to leave out home to seek help for more than 15 minutes.”

    The child was killed after several Israeli army vehicles invaded the refugee camp, and fired live rounds, rubber-coated steel bullets, and gas bombs at Palestinians who protested the incursion, and surrounding homes.

    The Israeli army claimed that the child was killed during an exchange of fire with Israeli soldiers who invaded the refugee camp to “arrest a wanted Palestinian,” and added that the soldiers shot him when they reportedly “saw him on a roof of a building about to throw a rock at the soldiers.”

    Eyewitnesses said the child was killed at dawn and added that the exchange of fire took place between Palestinian resistance fighters and Israeli soldiers shortly after midnight.

    The soldiers also invaded and ransacked many homes in the refugee camp, before abducting a young man, identified as Sa’ad al-Ka’bi.
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  • Hundreds take part in funeral of slain Beita resident Imad Dweikat
    August 6, 2021 - Quds News Network
    A Palestinian young man, on Wednesday, was pronounced dead from serious wounds he suffered a week ago after the army shot and seriously injured him in the northern West Bank city of Jenin, Quds News Network reported.

    Medical sources stated that the young man, identified as Diaeddin Mohammad Sabarini, 25, has died, after he was shot by Israeli forces, three times in the upper body, on Tuesday, August 3, 2021.

    During an invasion of the industrial zone of Jenin, Israeli soldiers and undercover agents shot and wounded six Palestinians with live rounds, for resisting the incursion.

    Sabarini had been seriously injured after being shot in the abdomen, he was evacuated to a nearby Nablus hospital for urgent treatment where he succumbed to his critical gunshot wounds today.

    ~ QNN, WAFA
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    Occupied Nablus (QNN)- Hundreds of citizens took part in the funeral of Imad Dweikat (38 years old ) today. Dweikat, a father of five children, was shot dead by Israeli soldiers today.

    The funeral marched from Irfedia hospital in Nablus towards the house of the victim to allow his family to have a final look at him before he was buried.

    the participants chanted slogans against occupation. “Towards Jerusalem we will go.. millions of us” and “We die so that Palestine lives”, chanted the participants.

    Imad Dweikat (38 years old), a father of five children, the youngest of them is only two months old.

    Dweikat is Beita’s sixth victim since the start of the Israeli actions to build a settlement outpost on Sabih mountain.

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    • Israeli Army Kills Palestinian near Nablus, Injures 37, Including a Journalist
      Aug 7, 2021
      https://imemc.org/article/israeli-army-kills-palestinian-near-nablus-injures-37-including-a-journalist

      Israeli forces shot, and killed an unarmed Palestinian man, and injured several more in the northern West Bank village of Beita, south of Nablus, during a demonstration in rejection of the continued expropriation of Palestinian land.

      The Palestinian Ministry of Health announced that soldiers shot Emad Ali Dwaikat , 37, a father of five children, the youngest being only two months old, with a live round in his chest, causing life threatening wounds.

      The critically injured man was rushed to Rafidia hospital in Nablus, where he was pronounced dead by medical staff.

      The army also targeted a photo-journalist covering the demonstration, shooting him in the knee with a rubber-coated steel round, he was treated by medics on the scene.

      Sources confirmed that at least 20 protestors were injured with rubber-coated steel rounds, two were struck with teargas canisters, five suffered from falls while being pursued by soldiers, and 31 people suffered the effects of teargas inhalation.

      Hundreds of Palestinians participated in the funeral procession for the father of five, which began at Rafidia hospital and headed towards the slain victim’s home, Quds News Network reported.

    • PCHR
      Ref: 108/2021

      Date: 6 August 2021

      Time: 21:30 GMT

      IOF Kill Palestinian Civilian and Wound Journalist and Child in Nablus

      On Friday noon, the Israeli occupation forces (IOF) killed a Palestinian civilian and wounded a child, and a journalist, during its attacks on a peaceful protest against settlement expansion in Beita, southeastern Nablus, northern West Bank. According to PCHR investigations, the victim was not involved in the clashes, as he was standing by an olive tree at least 150 meters from the area. Additionally, there were no threats to the lives of IOF soldiers during the protest, eliminating any justification to the murder crime. This crime is yet another stark example of IOF unjustifiable relaxed shooting standards in disregard for Palestinian civilians’ lives.

      According to PCHR investigations, at approximately 13:00 on Friday, 6 August 2021, a peaceful protest took off from Beita village towards Mount Sbaih, where IOF established “Avatar” settlement outpost three months ago. The protestors held Palestinian flags and chanted against the occupation and settlers. Upon their arrival to Mount Sbaih, they found IOF troops stationed in the area; the soldiers fired at the protest and violent clashes erupted. A group of the protestors threw rocks at soldiers, who continued to fire live and rubber-coated bullets, as well as tear gas and stun grenades, at the protestors. The clashes continued until 15:17 and resulted in the death of a Palestinian civilian; a journalist and a child were wounded as well. The victim was identified as 37-year-old Imad Ali Mahmoud Dweikat from Beita village; he was shot with a live bullet in the chest and died after his arrival to Rafidia Hospital. Additionally, several other Palestinian civilians suffocated due to tear gas inhalation.

      Kifah ‘Enad ‘Abed Bani Shamsa said to PCHR’s fieldworker that:

      “On 06 August 2021, I performed the Friday prayer in Beita village Park near al-Hawata area and Sabieh Mount, south of Beita village, southeast of Nablus. At approximately 13:30 following the prayer, a number of Palestinians who performed the Friday prayer in the village’s mosque flocked to the area below Sabeih Mount to protest against the establishment of “Avitar” settlement outpost. A group of the villagers and I distributed food and drinks to Palestinians participating in the protest, which developed to clashes with IOF. During the clashes, IOF fired sound bombs, teargas canisters and live and rubber bullets at protestors. At approximately 15:10, I withdrew from the area of clashes and headed towards the ambulances parking. When I was four meters away from the parking, I saw my friend Imad Ali Mahmoud Dweikat ( 37) standing under an olive tree, 150 meters away from the clashes. I headed to him and stood next to him. We talked with each other for 5 to 7 minutes. Suddenly, Imad fell beside me on his right side and flipped onto his abdomen. I saw blood come out of his mouth, so I knew that he was injured. I flipped him onto his back and put my hand on his chest to stop the bleeding, noting that I did not hear any gunshots at that time. Afterwards, ambulance officers came, put Imad on a stretcher, got him into the ambulance, and then took him to the field hospital in the village. After that, Imad was transferred to Rafidia Governmental Hospital in Nablus. Few minutes later, he was pronounced dead. The villagers and I headed to the hospital to say goodbye to him.”

      PCHR investigations show that IOF use excessive force and snipers to kill in a premeditated and unjustifiable manner. In a matter of a few weeks, IOF killed 6 Palestinian civilians, including 2 children, during its attacks on peaceful protests against settlement expansion in Beita. This fact suggests that IOF’s conduct is in fact a systemic and political decision that is repeated on more than one occasion, eliminating any base for allegations of a security necessity or real threat.

      The series of murder crimes committed by IOF constitute war crimes involving the Israeli political, security, and military levels.

      PCHR reiterates its call on the international community to act immediately to stop the IOF crimes and renews its call on the High Contracting Parties to the Fourth Geneva Convention to fulfill their obligations under Article 1; i.e. to respect and ensure respect for the Convention in all circumstances and their obligations under Article 146 to prosecute persons alleged to commit grave breaches of the Fourth Geneva Convention and to guarantee Palestinian civilians’ right to protection in the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt).

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      17. Le meurtre d’Imad Duikat à Beita le 7 août 2021. Père de quatre filles et d’un fils en bas âge, Duikat participait à une manifestation contre la prise de possession des terres du village par la colonie d’Evyatar. Des témoins oculaires ont raconté qu’il a été tué par balle alors qu’il buvait un verre d’eau. L’enquête n’est pas encore terminée.